Appointments in Belgium and Luxembourg – March 2022
Who are the most recently appointed directors and C-levels? March is pretty quiet in terms of nominations.
Angela Lissenburg-Rademaker has been appointed as the new Chief Risk Officer (CRO), subject to approval by the National Bank of Belgium. She will be taking over Dieter Vermeire’s position, who has been promoted CFO at NN.
With her 20-year experience at Nationale-Nederlanden, Angela is now joining the management team. After graduating from a Master’s degree in Econometrics and Actuarial Science, she joined NN in 2000. Since then, she has had a successful career and has held various managerial positions in areas such as risk management, capital management and pricing.
Christian Gibot, is the new CEO of ACA, the Luxembourg Insurance and Reinsurance Association. He is taking over Marc Lauer’s position, CEO of the Foyer group. Christian is an experienced manager as he is also the CEO of Cardif Lux Vie, BNB Paribas Group’s Luxembourg insurance subsidiary.
ACA was created 66 years ago by 3 organizations: La Luxembourgeoise, Le Syndicat des compagnies étrangères and Foyer. Every 4 years, a new president is elected by the members of the General Assembly and this year the Syndicat suggested Christian Gibot’s candidacy. “The notion of continuity goes beyond the presidents. Because they are there to serve the association and the ACA exists to serve its members.”, Christian said.
He also added that “the goal is to co-construct solutions between the public authorities, the regulator and the operators. We want to remain financially robust, united and competitive in the face of the major issues of digital transition and climate change.”
Assuropolis, NN Belgium : Angela Lissenburg-Rademaker présentée comme nouvelle CRO
Paperjam, Christian Gibot devient le nouveau président de l’ACA